This documentation is for pulpcore, which is used with plugins to fetch, upload, and organize arbitrary content types.
Anyone interested in writing a plugin should reference the Pulp Plugin API documentation.
Pulp has an active commmunity that writes issues, fixes bugs, adds features, writes plugins, and helps each other with support from the core developers. If you have questions or want to help make Pulp better, please reach out!
#pulp channel on Freenode
#pulp-dev channel on Freenode
Pulp uses a version scheme
x.y.z, which is based on Semantic Versioning. Briefly,
x.y.z releases may only contain bugfixes (no features),
x.y releases may only contain backwards compatible changes (new features, bugfixes), and
releases may break backwards compatibility.
Table of Contents¶
- Concepts and Terminology
- Changes From Pulp 2
- Architecture and Deploying
- Static Content
- Workflows and Use Cases
- REST API Documentation
- Python Client for pulpcore’s REST API
- Ruby Client for pulpcore’s REST API
- Client in a language of your choice
- Bugs and Feature Requests